Education in the Cayman Islands
Education in the Cayman Islands is compulsory for those aged 4 to 16 and is free to all Caymanian children. The literacy rate for residents over age 15 is 98%. Public schools follow a British-style educational system. The Cayman Islands Education Department operates 10 primary, one special education, and three high schools. In addition, there is a university and a school of law. There are also numerous private schools.
- Cayman Islands Further Education Centre
- University College of the Cayman Islands
- Truman Bodden Law School (affiliated with the University of Liverpool)
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